PS2007 Online Tasks Rules 2009-10

PS2007 Online Tasks Rules 2009-10 - F1 grade. There are no...

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PS2007 Online tasks 2009/10 Rules and criteria. There are three online tasks, relating to the areas covered in the first half of the module, i.e. those taught by Prof. Manktelow, Dr Büttner and Dr Morris. To pass this component, you must make an adequate contribution to your task- group’s work on at least one of the problems set. ‘Adequate’ is defined as a contribution that presents information or advances the arguments emerging from the group’s work, by making reference to the psychological literature. There are no limits to the extent of a person’s contribution beyond this minimal restriction; you are free to make more than one post if you wish. A set of 3 adequate contributions – one for each task - will result in a mark of A16 ; 2 adequate contribution gets you a grade of C10 ; 1 adequate contribution gets you a grade of D7 ; and no adequate contributions will attract an
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Unformatted text preview: F1 grade. There are no grades in between. Respectful language must be used. Disagreement is fine, indeed healthy, but this must not spill over into personal abuse. If you use abusive language, your contribution will fail. The module tutors will monitor students’ contributions, and will also post comments from time to time, but not after every post from students. Failure and retrieval: if you fail this component, you will be able to retrieve the failure by completing a retrieval assignment. The retrieval assignment is a piece of coursework containing three questions relating to the areas covered by the online tasks. You will write approximately 500 words (min 450 – max 550) for each question. The maximum mark for the retrieval assignment is D5. Deadline for submission is Friday July 9 (the end of resit week on the academic calendar)....
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2010 for the course PS 2007 taught by Professor N/a during the Three '09 term at University of Wollongong, Australia.

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